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NCJ Number: 36475 Find in a Library
Title: ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE STUDY AND CONTROL OF AGITATIONAL TERRORISM
Journal: POLICE JOURNAL  Volume:49  Issue:3  Dated:(JULY-SEPTEMBER 1976)  Pages:165-171
Author(s): J B WOLF
Corporate Author: Justice of the Peace, Ltd
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 7
Sponsoring Agency: Justice of the Peace, Ltd
Sussex, England
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: AGITATIONAL TERRORISM IS DEFINED AS ENFORCEMENT TERROR PERPETUATED ON A LIMITED SCALE BY A FEW INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE BENT UPON AN ALTERATION OF THE STATUS QUO.
Abstract: IT IS CONTRASTED WITH ENFORCEMENT TERROR WHICH IS USED BY THE STATE TO MAINTAIN THE STATUS QUO. THE FRAMEWORK IS DESIGNED TO SERVE AS A GUIDE FOR USE PRIMARILY BY POLICE AND OTHER SECURITY PERSONNEL, SERVING IN THE CAPACITY OF INTELLIGENCE ANALYSTS, WHO SEEK TO OBTAIN SPECIFIC DETAILS FROM DESIGNATED INDIVIDUALS ASSIGNED TO COLLECT FIELD INFORMATION REGARDING AN AGITATIONAL OR SMALL-SCALE TYPE OF TERRORIST GROUP. THE TEN PRIMARY CATEGORY GROUPS WHICH COMPOSE THE PROPOSED ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK ARE DERIVED SOLELY FROM THE OBSERVABLE AND FACTUAL DESCRIPTIONS OF THOSE WHO PERPETUATE AGITATIONAL TERRORISM. THESE CATEGORIES OF CHARACTERISTICS INCLUDE: TYPE AND NATURE OF THE OPERATION; RELATIONSHIP TO A REVOLUTIONARY PROCESS; ORGANIZATION; IDEOLOGY; PROPAGANDA CLASSIFICATIONS; TACTICS; WEAPONS; TARGETS; AUDIENCE; AND MEDIA COVERAGE.
Index Term(s): Counter-terrorism intelligence; Criminal investigation; Intelligence analysis; Political offenders; Revolutionary or terrorist groups
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